20 Award-Winning JavaScript Games – js13kGames 2021 Winners

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Js13kGames is a JavaScript coding competition where people create games UNDER 13 kilobytes. Learn about the competition and see the 2021 winners in this video.

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No.20: Kimbatt
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No.19: Josep del Rio
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No.18: Piesku
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No.17: one grumpy dude
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No.16: Nicklas Löf
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No.15: Phoboslab
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No.14: Tom Hermans
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no.13: Mark Racette
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No.12: Mark Vasilkov
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No.11: Ariel Wexler
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No.10: xem
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No.9: Quinten Clause
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No.8: Frank Force
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No.7: Jani Nykänen
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No.6: Mattia Fortunati
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No.5: Matthew Diamant
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No.4: Jaburns
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No.3: Cody Ebberson
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No.2: Kos
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no.1: Ryan Malm
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30 thoughts on “20 Award-Winning JavaScript Games – js13kGames 2021 Winners”

  1. Leonardo Ribeiro

    Begginer here: how the hell these people make so much with 13kb? I want to participate, but 13kb is smaller than a single sprite from what i know.

    1. It’s simple really, the package is measured after zipping so it’s 70-odd KB of code, much more than 13. And graphics you need to generate on the fly, which is also not a huge deal tbh. Myself I never ran into the size limitation in js13k, only the deadline.

      (I am in this vid, yeah.)

    1. Really enjoyed the explanations. FYI, I think that perhaps there was a section that was not intended to be uploaded at the 1:35:04 section with a couple of outtakes. Does not take away from the video, just thought you might want to be aware

  2. Filósofo Socrático

    Java is really a worth learning language with many use cases, and you can do almost everyting with the resourses of the language.

    1. Just to clarify because a lot of people confuse the two, Java and JavaScript are two totally different languages with nothing in common at all

  3. Lol, so many simps in these comments. Found her channel from her Tetris tutorial. Good stuff, a pleasant voice for easy understanding/learning.

    It’s amazing really the creativity people have. I’ll have a look at the he source code of a game I’d like to learn to make and see if my daughter enjoys it.. (much pressure)

  4. Woah! Thanks for the shoutout on LOSSST! It was awesome collaborating with Xem and we got along really well. He is a true master code golfer. 🙌

  5. -Ryan says: “I’ve always been inspired by the fantasy console community and all the fantastic things they create right unde”-

    Ryan says: “I’ve always been inspired by the fantasy console community and all the fantastic things they create under tight constraints.”

  6. Williams Mamani Mamani

    I love her accent, but I am still learning this language, I speak Spanish
    Grettings from Bolivia.

  7. 8th place is so original, I never seen a game quite like that…

    literally a copy of BroForce…
    like, cmon, it’s so obvious, at least give the game some credit and stop with “my game this” and “my game that”

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